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The 'Scheibenberg' (sth. like Slices Mountain) - Along the Ottomar-Zahm-Steig II
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The Scheibenberg is a table mountain (807 m) located in the Ore Mountains. In this region exposed basalt columns are called Organ Pipes (germ. 'Orgelpfeifen'). You may walk along a nature trail crossing the area. The Ottomar-Zahm-Steig (Steep Track of Ottomar Zahm) runs at the south-eastern slope and named after the creator who built by unselfish handwork the difficult way with and throught basalt boulders in the 1930s. -rh

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